Safety One on One

“It starts with one conversation, with one person, about one thing.”

We believe that Safety excellence is just good business. We have helped many of our clients manage this often overlooked area of their organization and recapture some serious dollars. If you’re like them, you have struggled with your safety program and despite your best efforts, continue to experience claims. The literature tells us that 96% of all injuries are caused by unsafe behaviors. This important fact led us to build our program, Safety One on One.

Safety One on One is a systematic approach to safety in the workplace that utilizes cutting edge adult learning and cognitive behavioral principles focused on driving safe behaviors through simple one on one interactions between managers and employees, and eventually owners and managers. Our program has been designed to engage the leaders and influencers within your organization to champion learning, teamwork, and effective communication. We use safety as a transformational force and vehicle for change inside your company. Safety One on One creates an environment that focuses all levels of management on the activities that lead to safe behaviors and safe habits.

Latest Articles

Total Cost of Risk (TCOR)

How effective is your insurance program? This question is answered by completing a Total Cost of Risk analysis, at which time the answer will be qualitative. A + B + C = Total Cost of Insurance. What is TCOR? The Total Cost of Risk, or “TCOR,” equips business owners with tools to analyze how their…

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Direct Costs

It is common for business owners to feel frustrated by insurance premiums consistently on the rise. As insurance brokers, we hear the frustrations daily. But in response, we ask, “Did insurance rates change, or has your business grown?” The three operational factors that impact the price of insurance are: Gross sales Payroll Assets, including fleet,…

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Indirect Costs

How often do you find yourself wasting time dealing with unexpected emergencies that take you away from what you do best? Time is the only thing we cannot get back. Unexpected emergencies often result in: Loss of production Loss of sales Overtime Project delays or missed deadlines Turnover, rehiring, re-training These are some examples of…

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Safety Investment

How Do You Measure the Efforts of Your Safety Program? On a yearly basis, a business should evaluate the Direct and Indirect Costs of their insurance program, along with their Safety Investment. These three categories make up the total cost of insurance. Safety investments include not only costs of PPE (personal protective equipment), but also…

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